Systems actually supported. Aritech. Advisor Alarm Panel (CD, CD72, CD34), Master Alarm Panel. (Ats). FP Series Fire Detection Panel (FP Aritech CD Installation manual for control panel Page 3This manual contains installation details for the CD72, CD95 and CD TOPKAPI SCADA software for the control of ARITECH intrusion units CD

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When properly maintained, the system will provide years of reliable operation. There is a more detailed manual available for managers which explains how to carry out a wider range of operations. These instructions apply to both the CD95 and CD The CD95 is a burglar alarm system which can detect an attempted break-in using connected detectors, magnetic contacts, etc.

The CD72 can be divided into two independent systems, and the CD95 aritrch eight independent systems. The manual uses symbols to show when you must enter information into the keypad, and when the system emits afitech beep. Examples of these symbols are shown below: What you dd150 to enter is on the right of the symbol. In this example you should enter your code and then press the Accept key. Beeeep The buzzer on a key switch or keypad emits a long beep.

Short beeps can cc150 be emitted – this is indicated with the text Beep Beep. Your system has been programmed with one or two entrance times and one exit time.

These are preset amounts of time that let you enter and leave the premises through specific routes without activating an alarm. Be sure you know which routes you can use to leave and enter the premises. Always begin with zero 0 and then enter your code. After entering the code, you can carry out the operations assigned to it. The options assigned to a code can be adjusted by the installer or manager. When you are aeitech an option list, this key can be used to go backwards in the list.

During arming you can exclude zones. X This key has several functions. When you cd1500 in an option list, you can use it to move forward through the list.


The other options are listed under Special keys. This key is the Accept key. It is used to confirm that the option shown in the display should arritech implemented. This is the Reject key. It is used to indicate that the option shown has not been changed or that you want to exit the option list.


Special keys The following key combinations can be programmed by the installer.

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They may not be active in your system. A report can then be sent over the phone lines to the central station, and aritecch bells and flashing light may be activated. Press the cr150 key twice to see which zones are still open.

All the open zones are displayed or the message All Closed appears. Press the key twice to see which zones are inhibited. All the inhibited zones are displayed or the message appears. Systems which are armed or have been triggered cannot be selected. The text messages displayed show where and when faults or alarms have occurred.

The display can also show a list of operations from which you can select. Examples of the aeitech which can appear include: You can ask the installer to replace it with another message, if you want.

Arm Menu If you press Acceptyou enter an option list. This option list can be used to determine the method used arm the system.

Area 1 Arming The system is being armed. Leave the secured area now. Area 1 Armed The system is armed. Not all the messages may appear on your display: It can show you only the arutech you want to see, or those you are authorised to see. If it has not been illuminated for a hour and a power cut is not apparent, contact your installer. The type of problem is shown in the display. Problems that may occur include: The bells, keypad buzzers and flashing light may also be active. If a dialler is connected, the alarm is reported to the central station.

When you enter your code, the system disarms, the bells and the flashing light are switched off, and the central station receives the report that the alarm has been deactivated.

The red LED will also illuminate if you disturb an alarm zone during the exit period, and the bells and dialler will be activated. These instructions also apply to users who only have access to a single alarm system in the premises, although several systems may actually be present.

Depending on how the system has been programmed, you may not need to do all the steps shown in the instructions. If you enter the wrong code 10 times consecutively, the system is automatically locked for 90 seconds. During this time you cannot access the system. If a zone in the premises is open, that is its doors, windows, etc. It will also show you which zone s are open. You must then check that the doors, windows, etc.

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Go to the keypad. The current date and time appear on the display. An example is shown. Press the key 0 and then enter your code. Use the 0 key to cancel an incorrect entry and to restart a new entry code. Press the Accept key.


Press the Accept key again. If the system cannot be armed because there are area s in the premises which are not properly secured, the message Open Zone s will appear and a list of the zone s not closed. Press the 0 key to quit and check the doors, windows, etc. For information about excluding open zones, refer to the section Arming a system which has open zones on page 8. The alarm is being set. The buzzer begins to beep. You must now cd1500 the protected area by the designated route.

Beeeep System Armed The current date and time automatically appears. You should close these zones and then retry arming the system. However, occasionally you may not be able to close an open zone because, aaritech example, a door lock or magnetic contact may be malfunctioning. You can exclude this open zone from the system called inhibiting a agitech. Only use this exclusion option when absolutely necessary as any inhibiting of zones will reduce the security level of your system.

Although you cd105 exclude an open zone when the tamper alarm has been triggered identified by the letter T in front of the open zone listedyou will not be able to arm the system until the tamper alarm has been rectified. It then proceeds to list the open zone s. In this example, zone 2 Hall is open. Press to exclude a zone from the system. Press the number of the open zone, in this example 2. If another zone is open, it will be listed and you must again press and the zone number to inhibit it.

You must now exit the protected area by the designated exit route. Beeeep System Armed The current date and time will automatically appear. As long as this beeping continues, you can disarm switch off the system with your code without activating an alarm. You must not enter other areas of the system during the beeping. If you do, a siren will sound and a full alarm condition may occur.

The entry period length of time of the beeping is programmed by the installer. The entry period starts as soon as you open the entrance door, or when you enter the entry zone. You can switch off the system without activating the alarm as long as the beeping continues.

Beep Beep The current day, date and time are displayed. Press the Accept key to confirm that you have arihech. Steps 3 and 4 may be automated by the system.

If so, you will not have to press the Accept key. If your system has the option, a report of the event is automatically sent over the phone lines to a central station. If you inadvertently activate an alarm, immediately telephone the central station to prevent an unnecessary response.